The Samsung Galaxy S10 appears for the second time in the leaks today, and this time we have got the Geekbench scores of the handset. This time, its the Exynos 9820 variant for South Korea (SM-G973N). The scores on the Exynos variant are different from the handset with Snapdragon 855 trim.
Anyways, the single core scores of the Exynos 9820 in the Galaxy S10 + read 4382 on Geekbench. The multi-core scores are decent at 10256. The single core scores on the Exynos 9820 SoC are far ahead of any other chip in the Android world. The Snapdragon 855 SoC gets between 3400-3550 scores, the Kirin 980 SoC Scores 3400, and the last years Snapdragon 845 scores 2400. The only close competition from the past year is the Exynos 9810 with scores ranging between 3600-3700.
The scores on the Galaxy S10 Exynos variant are amazing, but still, they are out of reach of the iPhone XS league. Although the multicore scores on the handset are decent, they are short of the scores on the iPhone XS.
The Android smartphones manufacturers still need to learn a lot from the iPhones. No doubt, Samsung is catching up remarkably fast, but it has to learn a bit more to dethrone the SoC’s from Apple.